Mark Gillett

Mark Gillett

Lecture, Paramedic Science

Department of Social Work and Paramedic Science

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Mark is a lecturer in Paramedic Science at the University of Worcester.

Mark joined the Paramedic Science team after several years working as a Clinical Team Mentor within the Ambulance Service. He is currently practicing as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Primary Care whilst studying for an MSc in Advanced practice. Prior to becoming a clinician he worked as a  Firefighter and is seeking use his connections within the Fire and Rescue Service to enhance student experience at Worcester. Mark's contributes a wide skills and varied experiences across the to the team. 


  • MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (current)
  • BSc (Hons) Health Sciences, University of Worcester
  • FdSc Paramedic Science, University of Worcester
  • Certificate of Internal Quality Assurance, process and practice

Teaching Interests

  • Pathophysiology
  • Ethics
  • Decision making
  • Pre-hospital Paramedic skills

Research Interests

  • Cardiac arrest and the management of PEA
  • Implementation of the ReSPECT process

Professional Bodies

  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • Member of the College of Paramedics

Recent Publications

Poster presentation at the International Research Conference- College of Paramedics. ‘Can United Kingdom Paramedics Use End Tidal Capnography to Inform Whether to Terminate Resuscitation, in a Pulseless Electrical Activity Cardiac Arrest?’

External Roles

  • Advanced Clinical Practitioner- Primary Care